Cost Benefit Analysis Course, Sydney Business School, 2-3 December 2010
The SMART 266 Facility of the University of Wollongong is presenting a 2 day cost benefit analysis course aimed at executive managers and professional staff working in 266 related fields in 264 and private industry.
With increased pressure for evidence-based decision making, managers need to be equipped to carry out effective cost benefit analysis to back up their 266 decisions.
This unique two-day executive course takes participants through the essential elements of cost benefit analysis and equips participants to avoid common pitfalls and errors. It is a foundation course for future programs on cost benefit analysis.
The course is developed and taught by well-known 266 economist Professor Henry Ergas, together with Dr Alex Robson and Dr Mark Harrison, senior research fellows at the SMART 266 Facility at the University of Wollongong and directors in the economics practice at Deloitte.
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